The Shows Must Go On: The Crucial Refuge Of The Mothers' Ruin


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November 3, 2017

LIFETIGHT’s debut EP proves they really don’t mess about. Despite only forming mere months ago in July, the metalcore four-piece come armed with four polished tracks ready to be unleashed.

Opening track ‘Energy’ lives up to its name, kicking straight into a heavy, riff-filled chorus, with verses reminiscent of those featured in Beartooth’s 2014 debut album Disgusting. Vocalist Thomas Smith showcases the ability to utilise varying levels of harsh...

October 3, 2017

On the surface, dream-pop can equate to very similar ambient tunes, however, Stephen McLaren’s debut album We Used To Go Raving is a collection of experimental, electronic pieces where all corners of the genre are explored – and all the while on piano. The Scottish teacher-come-musician touches upon a range of topics, from culture to love and politics, but with a very clear “no bullshit” approach. His lyrics are brutally honest as they aren’t dr...

September 13, 2017

Despite forming in 2008 with two albums and one EP already under their belts, Welsh rockers Zebedy’s new EP Set The Pace doesn’t quite meet the high expectations. After waiting four years for new music, fans can expect the same hectic, guitar-driven chaos, while noting the lack of development or progression in style. Zebedy’s influences are made clear throughout, echoing the heavier sides of Biffy Clyro and Don Broco.

Title track ‘Set The Pace’ k...

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